The Fund's programmes are managed by the FIA Institute, which has full responsibility for enhancing the programmes relating to young driver safety, sustainability and safety training for officials. The FIA Institute, using the resources from the Fund, is aiming to facilitate significant and sustainable development across these three key areas.
The FIA Institute has published a report on the Fund, including a step-by-step guide to help National Sporting Associations (ASNs) to prepare funding applications - click here to access the page where the report can be viewed and downloaded in English and Spanish.
For further details on the FIA Institute's enhanced programmes, please see below.
Young Driver Safety Programme
The Young Driver Safety Programme aims to promote driver safety amongst young motor sport competitors and facilitate the development of young drivers from around the world.
The Sustainability Programme aims to promote environmental sustainability through the introduction of environmental management systems.
Facility Improvement Programme
The Facility Improvement Programme aims to improve the safety standards and the economic and environmental sustainability of motor sport facilities around the world, especially in developing motor sport regions. Programme currently under review.
The FIA Institute's Medical Programme aims to advance the development of medical personnel in motor sport and support the introduction of new medical techniques and technologies.